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post continuity, also a blatant spoiler. 9.5.17
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Chris McMillan
2017-05-10 11:59:30 UTC
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I've only just got over the death of Captain!

Wooden spoon full alert!

And a couple of lines made oi larf for all that.

Sincerely Chris
Penny
2017-05-10 12:27:24 UTC
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I've only just got over the death of Captain!
In what way is that a spoiler?
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2017-05-10 16:38:25 UTC
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I've only just got over the death of Captain!
In what way is that a spoiler?
Because it indicates that there's another death to get over...
Mike
2017-05-10 17:21:35 UTC
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I've only just got over the death of Captain!
In what way is that a spoiler?
Because it indicates that there's another death to get over...
Piggy will have an even more deadly bill to get over when she gets it from
the vet's office.
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Sally Thompson
2017-05-10 20:10:54 UTC
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I've only just got over the death of Captain!
In what way is that a spoiler?
Because it indicates that there's another death to get over...
Piggy will have an even more deadly bill to get over when she gets it from
the vet's office.
But the cat murderer has said he's paying.
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Sally in Shropshire, UK
Vicky
2017-05-10 20:57:35 UTC
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I've only just got over the death of Captain!
In what way is that a spoiler?
Because it indicates that there's another death to get over...
Piggy will have an even more deadly bill to get over when she gets it from
the vet's office.
But the cat murderer has said he's paying.
If a vet is called out to a traffic accident and has to put the victim
to sleep it seems tactless to charge for that. I suppose if they put
any ashes in an urm the urn would have to be paid for.

B says when the vet was called out to put Laura to sleep they had to
pay and also extra for cremation and urn. But somehow a traffic
accident and the shock seems different.
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Sally Thompson
2017-05-10 21:35:49 UTC
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I've only just got over the death of Captain!
In what way is that a spoiler?
Because it indicates that there's another death to get over...
Piggy will have an even more deadly bill to get over when she gets it from
the vet's office.
But the cat murderer has said he's paying.
If a vet is called out to a traffic accident and has to put the victim
to sleep it seems tactless to charge for that. I suppose if they put
any ashes in an urm the urn would have to be paid for.
B says when the vet was called out to put Laura to sleep they had to
pay and also extra for cremation and urn. But somehow a traffic
accident and the shock seems different.
You obviously didn't listen:-(

Bill was taken to the vet after the accident and x-rayed after which when
Peggy realised the extent of his injuries she agreed it was best to put him
to sleep - at the vet's, not "at a traffic accident". He was then buried in
the garden under his favourite tree. So no cremation and no urn.

To complete the story, Robert Snell dug the hole and Lynda went with Peggy
to the vet.

When one of my own cats needed to be put to sleep recently the vet came to
the house and I totally expected to pay.
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Sally in Shropshire, UK
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2017-05-11 00:14:34 UTC
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When one of my own cats needed to be put to sleep recently the vet came
to the house and I totally expected to pay.
Did you not have to?
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2017-05-11 18:55:52 UTC
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When one of my own cats needed to be put to sleep recently the vet came
to the house and I totally expected to pay.
Did you not have to?
Oh all right, badly worded!
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steveski
2017-05-11 22:21:13 UTC
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When one of my own cats needed to be put to sleep recently the vet
came to the house and I totally expected to pay.
Did you not have to?
Oh all right, badly worded!
My <Hugh Laurie> apo-lo-gees </Hugh Laurie>, Sally - it wasn't any kind
of criticism - I just wasn't sure whether you paid or not.
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Sally Thompson
2017-05-11 23:34:03 UTC
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When one of my own cats needed to be put to sleep recently the vet
came to the house and I totally expected to pay.
Did you not have to?
Oh all right, badly worded!
My <Hugh Laurie> apo-lo-gees </Hugh Laurie>, Sally - it wasn't any kind
of criticism - I just wasn't sure whether you paid or not.
:-)

Reader, I did.
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Btms
2017-05-12 06:56:55 UTC
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When one of my own cats needed to be put to sleep recently the vet
came to the house and I totally expected to pay.
Did you not have to?
Oh all right, badly worded!
My <Hugh Laurie> apo-lo-gees </Hugh Laurie>, Sally - it wasn't any kind
of criticism - I just wasn't sure whether you paid or not.
:-)
Reader, I did.
Is this a wedding I see before me!
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Vicky
2017-05-11 08:33:52 UTC
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I've only just got over the death of Captain!
In what way is that a spoiler?
Because it indicates that there's another death to get over...
Piggy will have an even more deadly bill to get over when she gets it from
the vet's office.
But the cat murderer has said he's paying.
If a vet is called out to a traffic accident and has to put the victim
to sleep it seems tactless to charge for that. I suppose if they put
any ashes in an urm the urn would have to be paid for.
B says when the vet was called out to put Laura to sleep they had to
pay and also extra for cremation and urn. But somehow a traffic
accident and the shock seems different.
You obviously didn't listen:-(
But I did. I didn't think the vet did the deed at the scene of
accident. I didn't know if it was at home or the surgery. it was just
that an accident is not normal wear and tear and is somehow more
upsetting than an elderly animal who is put to sleep near the end. I
did say our friends paid when Laura was put to sleep at home.
Post by Sally Thompson
Bill was taken to the vet after the accident and x-rayed after which when
Peggy realised the extent of his injuries she agreed it was best to put him
to sleep - at the vet's, not "at a traffic accident". He was then buried in
the garden under his favourite tree. So no cremation and no urn.
To complete the story, Robert Snell dug the hole and Lynda went with Peggy
to the vet.
I sort of recall that, but was not sure who went to the vet with
Peggy. I got muddled iwth voices at that point. Or wasn't listening
carefully.
Post by Sally Thompson
When one of my own cats needed to be put to sleep recently the vet came to
the house and I totally expected to pay.
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Btms
2017-05-11 08:49:03 UTC
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I've only just got over the death of Captain!
In what way is that a spoiler?
Because it indicates that there's another death to get over...
Piggy will have an even more deadly bill to get over when she gets it from
the vet's office.
But the cat murderer has said he's paying.
If a vet is called out to a traffic accident and has to put the victim
to sleep it seems tactless to charge for that. I suppose if they put
any ashes in an urm the urn would have to be paid for.
B says when the vet was called out to put Laura to sleep they had to
pay and also extra for cremation and urn. But somehow a traffic
accident and the shock seems different.
You obviously didn't listen:-(
But I did. I didn't think the vet did the deed at the scene of
accident. I didn't know if it was at home or the surgery. it was just
that an accident is not normal wear and tear and is somehow more
upsetting than an elderly animal who is put to sleep near the end. I
did say our friends paid when Laura was put to sleep at home.
Post by Sally Thompson
Bill was taken to the vet after the accident and x-rayed after which when
Peggy realised the extent of his injuries she agreed it was best to put him
to sleep - at the vet's, not "at a traffic accident". He was then buried in
the garden under his favourite tree. So no cremation and no urn.
To complete the story, Robert Snell dug the hole and Lynda went with Peggy
to the vet.
I sort of recall that, but was not sure who went to the vet with
Peggy. I got muddled iwth voices at that point. Or wasn't listening
carefully.
Post by Sally Thompson
When one of my own cats needed to be put to sleep recently the vet came to
the house and I totally expected to pay.
We heard Anisha reporting on the results of the x-rays and other tests
which described the extent of the internal injury. This would not have
been done at the scene.

I loved Piggy's annoyance and unsympathetic response to Christine's
blubbering. Not a member of our touchy feely society is Piggy.
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Serena Blanchflower
2017-05-11 10:48:57 UTC
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But I did. I didn't think the vet did the deed at the scene of
accident. I didn't know if it was at home or the surgery. it was just
that an accident is not normal wear and tear and is somehow more
upsetting than an elderly animal who is put to sleep near the end. I
did say our friends paid when Laura was put to sleep at home.
Yes, the shock and, potentially, the level of upset is likely to be
greater. I don't see that that means the vet is under any obligation
not to charge though. They may well send a bill, after the event,
rather than insisting that you pay at the time.

A more difficult situation for vets is when an injured animal is brought
in by a third party. The good samaritan may well not feel willing or
able to take responsibility for the animal's vet's bills - or for any
difficult decision which need to be made on its behalf. I think most
vets' practices are likely to have policies in place for how to handle
this situation.
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But I did. I didn't think the vet did the deed at the scene of
accident. I didn't know if it was at home or the surgery. it was just
that an accident is not normal wear and tear and is somehow more
upsetting than an elderly animal who is put to sleep near the end. I
did say our friends paid when Laura was put to sleep at home.
Yes, the shock and, potentially, the level of upset is likely to be
greater. I don't see that that means the vet is under any obligation
not to charge though. They may well send a bill, after the event,
rather than insisting that you pay at the time.
A more difficult situation for vets is when an injured animal is brought
in by a third party. The good samaritan may well not feel willing
Surely if it is a Good Samaritan he's good for at least er two silver
coins (Luke 10: 35)?

Mike Ruddock


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able to take responsibility for the animal's vet's bills - or for any
difficult decision which need to be made on its behalf. I think most
vets' practices are likely to have policies in place for how to handle
this situation.
krw
2017-05-11 12:04:50 UTC
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When one of my own cats needed to be put to sleep recently the vet came to
the house and I totally expected to pay.
As we did when Oscar departed - although I did take him to the surgery.
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Vicky
2017-05-11 12:52:05 UTC
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When one of my own cats needed to be put to sleep recently the vet came to
the house and I totally expected to pay.
As we did when Oscar departed - although I did take him to the surgery.
B just suggested if independent vets go out to an accident and put the
animal to sleep the ESPCA might reimburse them.
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If a vet is called out to a traffic accident and has to put the victim
to sleep it seems tactless to charge for that.
We lost a pet in an accident and I cannot remember being charged.
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I've only just got over the death of Captain!
In what way is that a spoiler?
Because it indicates that there's another death to get over...
Piggy will have an even more deadly bill to get over when she gets it
from the vet's office.
But the cat murderer has said he's paying.
Brine the Cat Murderer . . . I like it :-)

Can we add it to the repository, pretty please?
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I've only just got over the death of Captain!
In what way is that a spoiler?
Because it indicates that there's another death to get over...
Piggy will have an even more deadly bill to get over when she gets it from
the vet's office.
But the cat murderer has said he's paying.
I liked Brian's vague assurance that he would pay for "the funeral
costs". That'd be the hearse, the coffin, the urn, the flowers, the
organist, the headstone, and perhaps the refreshments for the mourners?
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I've only just got over the death of Captain!
In what way is that a spoiler?
Because it indicates that there's another death to get over...
Piggy will have an even more deadly bill to get over when she gets it from
the vet's office.
But the cat murderer has said he's paying.
I liked Brian's vague assurance that he would pay for "the funeral
costs". That'd be the hearse, the coffin, the urn, the flowers, the
organist, the headstone, and perhaps the refreshments for the mourners?
A cat astrophic sum perhaps - I hope there is enough in the kitty
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I've only just got over the death of Captain!
In what way is that a spoiler?
Because it indicates that there's another death to get over...
Piggy will have an even more deadly bill to get over when she gets it from
the vet's office.
But the cat murderer has said he's paying.
I liked Brian's vague assurance that he would pay for "the funeral
costs". That'd be the hearse, the coffin, the urn, the flowers, the
organist, the headstone, and perhaps the refreshments for the mourners?
A cat astrophic sum perhaps - I hope there is enough in the kitty
He's probably mewsing on his offer.
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2017-05-15 21:43:53 UTC
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I've only just got over the death of Captain!
In what way is that a spoiler?
Because it indicates that there's another death to get over...
Piggy will have an even more deadly bill to get over when she gets it from
the vet's office.
But the cat murderer has said he's paying.
I liked Brian's vague assurance that he would pay for "the funeral
costs". That'd be the hearse, the coffin, the urn, the flowers, the
organist, the headstone, and perhaps the refreshments for the mourners?
A cat astrophic sum perhaps - I hope there is enough in the kitty
He's probably mewsing on his offer.
And looking for an escape claws?
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I've only just got over the death of Captain!
In what way is that a spoiler?
Because it indicates that there's another death to get over...
Piggy will have an even more deadly bill to get over when she gets it from
the vet's office.
But the cat murderer has said he's paying.
I liked Brian's vague assurance that he would pay for "the funeral
costs". That'd be the hearse, the coffin, the urn, the flowers, the
organist, the headstone, and perhaps the refreshments for the mourners?
A cat astrophic sum perhaps - I hope there is enough in the kitty
He's probably mewsing on his offer.
And looking for an escape claws?
No fleas on him!
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I've only just got over the death of Captain!
In what way is that a spoiler?
Because it indicates that there's another death to get over...
Piggy will have an even more deadly bill to get over when she gets it from
the vet's office.
But the cat murderer has said he's paying.
I liked Brian's vague assurance that he would pay for "the funeral
costs". That'd be the hearse, the coffin, the urn, the flowers, the
organist, the headstone, and perhaps the refreshments for the mourners?
A cat astrophic sum perhaps - I hope there is enough in the kitty
He's probably mewsing on his offer.
And looking for an escape claws?
No fleas on him!
This is getting irritating.
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I've only just got over the death of Captain!
In what way is that a spoiler?
Because it indicates that there's another death to get over...
Piggy will have an even more deadly bill to get over when she gets it from
the vet's office.
But the cat murderer has said he's paying.
I liked Brian's vague assurance that he would pay for "the funeral
costs". That'd be the hearse, the coffin, the urn, the flowers, the
organist, the headstone, and perhaps the refreshments for the mourners?
A cat astrophic sum perhaps - I hope there is enough in the kitty
He's probably mewsing on his offer.
And looking for an escape claws?
No fleas on him!
This is getting irritating.
You might as well scratch it.
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I've only just got over the death of Captain!
In what way is that a spoiler?
Because it indicates that there's another death to get over...
Piggy will have an even more deadly bill to get over when she gets it from
the vet's office.
But the cat murderer has said he's paying.
I liked Brian's vague assurance that he would pay for "the funeral
costs". That'd be the hearse, the coffin, the urn, the flowers, the
organist, the headstone, and perhaps the refreshments for the mourners?
A cat astrophic sum perhaps - I hope there is enough in the kitty
He's probably mewsing on his offer.
And looking for an escape claws?
No fleas on him!
This is getting irritating.
You might as well scratch it.
Fur enough.
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2017-05-15 11:28:27 UTC
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I've only just got over the death of Captain!
In what way is that a spoiler?
Because it indicates that there's another death to get over...
Piggy will have an even more deadly bill to get over when she gets it from
the vet's office.
But the cat murderer has said he's paying.
I liked Brian's vague assurance that he would pay for "the funeral
costs". That'd be the hearse, the coffin, the urn, the flowers, the
organist, the headstone, and perhaps the refreshments for the mourners?
<appreciative applause>
You've forgotten the printed order of service.

Now then, umrats, what hymns or other songs would be suitable for a cat's
funeral?
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2017-05-15 11:35:55 UTC
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Now then, umrats, what hymns or other songs would be suitable for a cat's
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What's new Pussycat?
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2017-05-15 11:44:07 UTC
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Post by Penny
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I've only just got over the death of Captain!
In what way is that a spoiler?
Because it indicates that there's another death to get over...
Piggy will have an even more deadly bill to get over when she gets it from
the vet's office.
But the cat murderer has said he's paying.
I liked Brian's vague assurance that he would pay for "the funeral
costs". That'd be the hearse, the coffin, the urn, the flowers, the
organist, the headstone, and perhaps the refreshments for the mourners?
<appreciative applause>
You've forgotten the printed order of service.
Now then, umrats, what hymns or other songs would be suitable for a cat's
funeral?
59th Street Bridge Song: 'Feline Groovy'
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2017-05-15 12:13:00 UTC
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Now then, umrats, what hymns or other songs would be suitable for a cat's
funeral?
Anything by Pussy Riot.
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2017-05-15 12:15:05 UTC
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Now then, umrats, what hymns or other songs would be suitable for a cat's
funeral?
Anything by Pussy Riot.
or by Curiosity Killed the Cat
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2017-05-15 12:49:07 UTC
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Now then, umrats, what hymns or other songs would be suitable for a cat's
funeral?
Anything by Pussy Riot.
or by Curiosity Killed the Cat
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2017-05-15 12:55:02 UTC
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Now then, umrats, what hymns or other songs would be suitable for a
cat's funeral? >>>
Anything by Pussy Riot.
or by Curiosity Killed the Cat
The Lord is my Shepurred
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2017-05-15 13:25:00 UTC
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Now then, umrats, what hymns or other songs would be suitable for a
cat's funeral? >>>
Anything by Pussy Riot.
or by Curiosity Killed the Cat
The Lord is my Shepurred
Anything by Catatonia
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2017-05-22 18:12:17 UTC
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Now then, umrats, what hymns or other songs would be suitable for a
cat's funeral? >>>
Anything by Pussy Riot.
or by Curiosity Killed the Cat
The Lord is my Shepurred
Anything by Catatonia
You Make Me Feel Like A Natural Worming
Moggie May
The Flea Electric Band
Kitten On The Dock Of The Bay
Litter From America
You Don't Have To Spey, You Love Me

Sorry - it's these new drugs.

(That's my story and I'm sticking to it.)
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Now then, umrats, what hymns or other songs would be suitable for a
cat's funeral? >>>
Anything by Pussy Riot.
or by Curiosity Killed the Cat
The Lord is my Shepurred
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Now then, umrats, what hymns or other songs would be suitable for a cat's
funeral?
Anything by Pussy Riot.
or by Curiosity Killed the Cat
Or Cat Stevens
Morning has broken
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2017-05-15 14:13:50 UTC
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Now then, umrats, what hymns or other songs would be suitable for a cat's
funeral?
Anything by Pussy Riot.
Whilst Bill's remains rest on a catafalque, they might play:
'My Bill'
Anything by Depussey, Felix Mendelssohn, Cat a churian or Bernard Furmann .
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2017-05-15 15:36:04 UTC
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Now then, umrats, what hymns or other songs would be suitable for a cat's
funeral?
Anything by Pussy Riot.
'My Bill'
Anything by Depussey, Felix Mendelssohn, Cat a churian or Bernard Furmann .
<grin>
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2017-05-16 22:19:50 UTC
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Now then, umrats, what hymns or other songs would be suitable for a cat's
funeral?
The Cat Duet by Rossini

Anne B
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2017-05-11 13:02:07 UTC
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I've only just got over the death of Captain!
In what way is that a spoiler?
The 'd' word, assuming one knew who Captain was.

Sincerely Chris
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2017-05-10 13:46:13 UTC
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I've only just got over the death of Captain!
Wooden spoon full alert!
O Captain! My Captain! Whit Waltman. Stirring stuff, wooden spoons.
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And a couple of lines made oi larf for all that.
Sincerely Chris
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